The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1947 · Page 10
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TAGB Truman Committee Issues Call For Legitimate Exposure of Real Communists and Fascists i By MEBRIMAN SMITH United Presi WWte House Eeporler WASHINGTON, Oct. 29. (U.P,)_A presidential commlUce said to- jday fh»t "»-*Uit« of near-hysteria" over M-called Communists in tins j country threatens • Uie^ freedom of other citizens, But it culled for i M»lous. ('legitimate" expoiyre of "real communists and real Fasces: I The recommendationi were pre- ^ inted to President Truman by * ;con«nttlte on civil rights'which n« (created !ast - December to survey > the condition of human freedom and j equality 'in the United States. Chars les E. Wilson, president of General ! Electric Co., headed the committee. ! The committee iri its 178-page re- •jport also recommended a series of itep» to protect Uw rights of Ne• groes and other minority groups, i It urged congressional enactment j of an anti-lynching law, ellmliia- | tion ol lh« poll tax, passage of * i permanent fair Employment Prac- .! tice Act, and the withholding of fed/ «ral aid ifrom any public or private agency which practices dUcrtmtna- . tkni or segregation. | The committee defended the right ', of communists and "Native Fas! cists" alike to have their sav be\ fore the American people, riro'vided , the people know who Is talking to i them, and why.' , j "The principle of disclosure" was advocated as "the appropriate war to deal with Ihoce who would ' subvert oar democracy by rcvol- i a I Ion or by encouraging disunity | and destroying the civil right* of | Mine groups." I To put teeth In the "principle of ' disclosure," the committee recomm- | ended that Congress force all groups which attempt to influence public • opinion to disclose through syslem- | alic reitialrntion such pertinent fnc'.s ! about themselves as the names of I officers, sources of funds, expcndi- I lures and the purposes of the or' ganizatlon. < Mr. Truman was informed by the ! committee that "public excitement i about 'Communists' has gone far i beyond" the dictate. 1 ; of "good judg- I ment and calmness." A ! "A state of hysteria now threats' ens to inhibit the freedom of gen- J uine democrats," the report said, as I the committee warned against mi 1 emotional abridgement of the tra- j ditiona! American right of free i speech. The report, one of the most strong. BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS 're Off! "~ They WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1947 sending anything through the mail that does not bear the name and address of the sender. (This recommendation was aimed at forcing "front" organizations to disclose their real backers and to stop the sending of anonymous "smear" mall.) *. Trial rights for federal cm- employes whose loyalty has been challenged. The commltce also asked the government to announce publicly and clearly a specific standard by which the loyalty of federal workers is to be judged. 8. A statutory prohibition against Jecieral financial assistance to any public or private agency permitting discrimination or segregation bused on race, color, creed or iKitlonnl j origin, This would affect particularly education, public housing and health programs conducted or assisted by federal funds in tlie various states. 10. Passage o! a permanent, lede- I ral fair employment practice act to prohibit all forms of discrtmlns- | tion In private employment. Honor Roll Students Announced tor Jr. High Students of Junior High School who maintained above average i grades during the past six weeks ! were announced todny by A. E Cnldwell, principal. •ITth, grade Honor Roll students were Doris Bean. Betsy Bell, Grnn- ville Coolcy. Cloi'ls Lee Garnett. Charles Kinninghtim. Billie Mayo, Millie Ann Mallory, mary Monnghan, Bobby Orsburn, Jean Phillips, Mary Ann Hobeson and Mac Jean Shelton Those receiving honorable mention were, eighth grade; Wlnnle- bcth Buckley, Albert Falrficld, Jerry Berry, Biitie Jo Browning, Lyda Crittendcn, Donna Sue Gore. Marjorie Onnn, Martha Nichols, Bill! Wnmtcrlich, and Jane Wilson. Seventh grade honorable men- Jo Stafford, number hvo, Etidie, Arcnro up, away from (ho gale first and (lying, and number seven, Brie Guerin aboard, off second, finish in that order in six-furlong race fo: .:olds drawing 14 stavlcrs at Jamaica. Kiel Time, number four, Ronnie Mash astride. Lennie Boy, for thrce-ye'ar- showed. In the Blind j Iy worded documents against dls- tions were Irby Sue Greer. Don| crimination and segragatlon ever aid Gentry, Johnny Loggias. Shlr- 1 issued by the White House, contain- ley Ix>velnce. Snmlra Lang. Geraled these basic recommendations for dine Norman, Kay Smith nnti Hrard strengthening and protecting civil Wyllc. j rights: I 1. Expansion of Ihe civil rights j section of the Justice Department. ' Simultaneous establishment, of a permanent; commission on civil rights under the president and a joint standing committee on civil rights in congress. . ' [ 2. Drastic increase in lines and '. prison terms lor police brutality. 3, Enactment of a «tlrf federal law against bnchlnjs w | ltl p ro . Tttions for FBI 'investigation of all lynching cases, plus new laws against involuntary servitude. 4. New laws to end poll taxes as a voting prerequisite and to permit I all qualified persons to participate S In federal primaries, j S. Self-government and the right to vote lor. citizens of th«. District of Columbia; suffrage for Indians In New-. Mexico and Arizona; and granting of citizenship to the people of Guam and American Samoa. 6. Legislation to end all forms of discrimination -.and segregation in the armed services; coupled will) a .ban on discrimination of any kind against members of the armed forces by any transportation facility, hotel, restaurant or theater. : 7. Federal registration of all groups attempting to influence public opinion, with provisions for public disclosure of their tax returns. New postal regulations to prohibit Texan Killed in Auto Accident Near Brinkley BRINKLEY, Ark.. Oct. 29. <UP) — The collision of two Texas automobiles' near hero yesterday resulted in the death last night of W. B. Anderson. 55-year-old Ranger, Tex., business man. Anderson's car collided with another driven by Georce P. Cohen of Houston, Te.x. 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(UP) — Byron Vnnucsl stood guard early today on a lonely limestone hilltop where a deep cavern -held the body o! a youth who may be Vannest's mi.ssing son. The 42-year-old mechanic wa.s determined to solve the mystery by definitely identifying the body. The flickering light of a nearby camp fire showed the lines of fatigue on Mis luce. He had worked 18 hours a day since Thursday, digijms nmi blasting with the help of friends and neighbors to reopen the underground room. The cavern was sealed with what was believed to be the body of Vannest's 17-year-old son. Kenneth, inside. The youth disappeared in March. In Ju!y a body was found 40 feel below the earth's surface, and identified as young Vannest from personal belongings found at the entrance. i While Vannpst and his wife were convinced at the time that the body was that ol their son. they later concluded that they may have been wrong. They asked that the cave be reopened. Authorities said the work would be too dangerous an'l too expensive so Vannest began work on his own, aided by volunteers. He stood guard over the cavern throughout last night, to be sure no one molested the body. "When this is over, maybe I cnn sleep." he said. "My wife and I haven't been able to sleep since the body was discovered. "God willing, maybe after today we'll know whether our son is down there. I'll never rest nor have peace of mind unless I know/' Food From Wood May Help Solve World Problem LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 29. (UP)— Tlie first annual meeting of the Arkansas Wood Products Associa-i lion which ended yesterday in Little Hock Vas marked by an emphasis on : the importance of wood in connection with the major problems of the day. Sen. John L. McClellan told the Arkansas lumbermen and wood products manufacturers that Inde- scrlmlnate use of lumber resources might weaken the United States in the event of a war. Madjson, Wls., research expert, 1 Dr. A. J. 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